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Kristal Lauren High co-founded and serves as Editor in Chief of Politic365. She also operates her own communications and creative engagement company. The ideas and opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author, and have complete editorial independence from any Politic365 partners, sponsors, or advertisers. For additional information about Politic365, please visit http://politic365.com/about/.

Charter Provides Opportunity for More Minority-Focused Media Coverage

At a time when many Americans crave (and are willing to speak out in favor of) greater representations of diversity on television and in...

Black Girl Magic Permeates Florida Arm of Hillary Clinton’s Campaign

As the 2016 presidential election comes to a close, the results coming out of Florida are staggering, with Democrats showing a slight advantage thus...

Days Before Election, Questions Remain About Indiana Voter Suppression

For more than a month, the Indiana Voter Registration Project (the "Project"), a non-partisan effort by Patriot Majority, USA to increase voter participation in...

Grant Hill Joins Women of Color for Hillary in Declaring #ShesGotMyBack

During a recent Women of Color for Hillary event, seven time NBA All-Star and current owner of the Atlanta Hawks Grant Hill addressed a...

Altice Offers Lightening Fast Broadband Speeds, In Advance of FCC Commitment

Altice USA, a subsidiary of cable, media, and entertainment company Altice Group, recently announced its decision to offer ultra-high speed broadband to customers in...

Women of Color for Hillary Critical to Clinton’s Candidacy for 45th...

Looking back at the historic election of Barack Obama as America’s first African American Commander in Chief, pundits and political observers alike often credit...

Congressional Dems Want More Info on FCC Set Top Box Plan

On the Tuesday following Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler's release of a new set top box proposal, Congressional Democratic leadership wants the Commission...

Free Data Plans Make Economic Sense, Study Says

A recent study by Northwestern University Charles E. and Emma H. Morrison Professor of Market Economics William P. Rogerson provides an economic rationale for the...

FCC Proposed Privacy Rules More Dangerous Than Meets the Eye

As the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) inches closer to making a decision on its proposed privacy rules for broadband internet access service providers, economists,...

#YouDontKnowMe PSA Makes Powerful Strides to Affirm Black Excellence

Since launching its #YouDontKnowMe PSA during the annual ESSENCE Music Festival in New Orleans, Verizon has received positive plaudits for re-imaging African American youth....